Madness of the Mind: A Novel
Memoir of a Virginia Tech Pre-Med student, majoring in Classics, Philosophy, and Ancient Science. After serving on the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad during the shootings, he develops manic depressive disorder. Not only did he do the rescue, but was also in one of the classes that fell victim to the shootings. He begins to realize his symptoms as he approaches the anniversary of the shootings, becoming fully aware while presenting his research at an undergraduate conference. I intend for it to document his mental regression as he delves deeper into a world of depression and madness.
Regulus: A Novel
Biography of Marcus Atilius Regulus. Ranging from his youth and early military career in the Pyrrhic War, follows his cursus honorum and eventual dealings with Carthage in the First Punic War. Written in the form of military dispatches, senatorial decrees, informal letters, and reflections in others’ memoirs and histories, helps to vary the life and story of Regulus that transcends time and reflects on all his actions and events, as well as his personal life.
I, Constantine: From the Autobiography of Caesar Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus Augustus: A Novel
Constantine I lived from 272 A.D. to 337 A.D. Roman emperor from 306 until his death, he is best known as being the first Christian Roman emperor. Constantine reversed the persecutions of his predecessors and issued the Edict of Milan in 313, proclaiming religious tolerance throughout the empire.